In Downtown Dubai, a handsome twin tower holds its own, situated between Burj Khalifa and the Dubai Water Canal.
This is The Sterling by Omniyat, the luxury developer’s slick new residential project that will be completed by the end of this year. Perched on the top two levels of the 25-floor buildings is a series of luxurious penthouses that are currently under construction.
The buildings house two four-bedroom penthouse units and one three-bed junior penthouse, bedecked with modern furnishings and fittings in subtle hues. With sizes ranging between 3,956 and 5,642 square meters, these penthouses are akin to works of art. “The Sterling boasts a sophisticated palette of furniture and artwork, with dark velvets contrasted against rich walnut timbers and touches of chrome,” notes the design team behind the project.
Floor-to-ceiling windows lending uninterrupted views of the city’s skyline, an elegant circular chandelier gently swaying over the dining room, floors with exquisite marble, and a grand white piano in the corner, imbuing the space with elegance. “This enhances the overall feeling of luxury in a contemporary approach that is complementary to the overall interior scheme of cream marble flooring against cool greys and whites,” the design team adds.
Among the design highlights are marble walls in the kitchen, bespoke wardrobes and walk-in closets with integrated lighting and full-height mirrors, contemporary Italian kitchenware, a master bathroom featuring a rain shower and bath, and an intelligent home automation system. Each penthouse will also boast six parking spaces.
Both towers of The Sterling offer a landscaped garden, gym and 30-meter outdoor swimming pool, alongside valet services and a 24-hour concierge. As part of Omniyat’s portfolio, which is studded with projects such as One Palm by Dorchester Collection and The Opus by Zaha Hadid in Dubai, The Sterling’s penthouse collection is on its way to redefine the art of luxury living in the city.
Penthouse prices start from Dhs9.9 million. Omniyat.com/thesterling